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Lol I like the idea and also I didn't know about the first two games. I will definitively give this a try once (or if) I manage to find a way to play 3DO games
Yeah the issue is I don't have the Bios. I hope it's not as difficult to find as it was to find a GBA bios back in 2003-05. I bet it's easier now but the 3DO sold much less than the GBA.
As for packaging I generally go for a standard case like most music albums, but to be fancy you can always use a cardboard one like some music artists. Or you can just go with a standard DVD case. In any case, while it's good to make your games look as authentic as possible, if I was you I would avoid original 3DO cases because they're just too big vertically and don't fit anywhere.
On an off-topic note, are 3DO games saved on an hard drive, a battery backup memory (Sega Saturn style) or a memory card?
Ah ok that surprises me lol. For the GBA I remember I spent an entire day trying to find a BIOS XD (most links just led to a link directory asking me to vote for my favorite emulation website and all links there linked back and forth between similar sites with absolutely zero download link).
Thanks for the info about saves. Are they generally big? I mean, I think Illusiat 13 save was about 600 bytes large and that was because it used floating points. It's not like 3DO games were that complex either (compared for example to Final Fantasy VII where you have 200+ different items and 200+ equipments, hundreds of character stats, side quests and stuff.
Also since when are there JRPGs on the 3DO?
And I agree about jewel cases, not to mention the quality is unpredictable when you buy them in bulk. For example, the ones at the dollar store were very bad, but then I bought more at Staples and they were even worse. I don't know about blu ray cases.
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